Telekom to host 7th annual SMART Conference

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Magyar Telekom, the Hungarian subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom will host the seventh annual SMART Conference in Budapest on May 23 with a focus on mobile technology and startups and featuring more than 100 nationally and internationally recognized presenters, according to the company’s website.

The SMART conference will address a wide range of tech related topics from mobile web-app solutions, to analytics, game developing, smart homes and smart cities while giving attendees an opportunity to network with like minds and big players. 

Presenters at this year’s conference include: Bhattacharya Shubham, product planner at Philips TV; Róbert Dobay, CEO at Menedzsmentor; Christopher Mattheisen, CEO of Magyar Telekom; Gergely Hidas, virtual testing laboratory project manager at TÜV Rheinland; Manó Kovács, engineering manager at LogMeIn; Tibor Kőnig, principal technical evangelist at Microsoft; Tibor Megyeri, vice president product marketing Europe at Deutsche Telekom AG; Michael LaBelle, assistant professor at CEU Business School; Michal Dunaj, director strategic portfolio & EU operations at Deutsche Telekom AG; Patrick Cowden, founder at BEYOND Leadership; Ádám Somlai-Fischer, co-founder at Prezi; and Szabados Gábor, CIO at NNG.    

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